Monday, March 26, 2012

Free Kindle Books and Short Stories About Zombies

For those of you that love free kindle books about zombies, here are a few more books, plus a few short stories. Remember that these books (and short stories) may only be free for a short time.

When Graveyards Yawn by G. Wells Taylor

When the Change came, people stopped aging, the dead rose from their graves, it started raining and it’s been raining ever since. But a guy's still got to make a living doesn't he?

When Graveyards Yawn: Book 1 (Full Novel) MURDER IS STILL MURDER IN GREASETOWN - A dead lawyer enters the office of Wildclown Investigations and hires the detective to find his killer. Wildclown and his dead sidekick Elmo soon find themselves entangled in a battle for control of a secret that offers either hope or doom for humanity. WHEN GRAVEYARDS YAWN takes the reader to a unique setting that mixes gothic horror with the two-fisted pragmatism of a hard-boiled detective novel.


Die Already by  Kipp Poe Speicher (Author), Tom Raimbault (Author), Kaleigh Noel Speicher (Photographer)


Meet Horace, he has a very unusual gift or what you may consider a very grim curse anything and everything that dies in his presence will not die. No matter how violent or brutal their death may be they do not die.

Die Already is the new tragic and disturbing love story.

Plus a bonus short excerpt by Tom Raimbault: Something Quite Perverse, from his book The Tree Goddess.


Circus of the Dead by Seth Blackburn

Twenty years ago, the dead destroyed the world of the living. The survivors scattered in the wake of the Scourge, erecting small towns in the worlds' most sparsely populated areas.

For young Gabriel, the walking dead are merely the memories that haunt the eyes of those old enough and lucky enough to have survived. He is more concerned with his hard life in America's desert, where his chores keep him busy and the husks of books stashed beneath the cellar of the library are his only freedom.

Until the circus comes to town.

"Circus of the Dead" is a novelette of approximately 10,748 words.

30 Minute Plan by Gerald Rice 

It's the dusk of the zombie apocalypse. What's left of mankind is huddled in the husks of the cities of the world. There are fewer of the walking dead, but they are just as dangerous as ever. After scientists come up with the brilliant idea of scent-marking them something goes wrong and a soldier is taken. When a fellow 'dog' decides to take matters into his own hands to rescue his comrade he finds the living dead have changed for the worse. Includes an excerpt of the novella Fleshbags and the upcoming The Zombie Show.



The Zombies of Hobbiton: A Martian Love Story by Edward W. Robertson

For the settlers of Mars, the underground tunnels of Hobbiton protect them from the airless cold. But when a zombie outbreak hits the city, the survivors have nowhere to run.

Doane and his friends take refuge in a domed park. Behind its sealed airlock, they're safe--but when Doane gets a call from his little brother telling him their parents haven't gotten home yet, he'll have to head back into the tunnels armed with nothing more than a flower stand and his kung fu.

The Zombies of Hobbiton is a novella of approximately 80 pages / 24,000 words.

Zomboro Virus by Brenda Dyer

Major Trevor Dyer got his wish. While playing zombie video games as a teenager, he'd dreamed of a zombie apocalypse. Years later, the game he loved became reality.

The United Nations created the Zomboro Virus to aid in the war on terrorism. But it backfired. The world was now crawling with flesh eating zombies.

As Trevor and his team fight to rid the planet of the undead, his brother and famed Scientist, Dr. Tyler Dyer scrambles to find a cure before darkness and terror win.


The Z-Team by James Smith

A former German Dictator, obsessed with winning the war, creates an undead army. However he cannot control it. As a result the fight against the dead is still going on 30 years later, with its own reality TV show!

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